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The Turkish government on Tuesday escalated its wide-ranging crackdown against people it claims have ties to the alleged coup plotters.
by Dominique Sogel and Susan Fraser, Associated Press
7.26.2016
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A federal judge sentenced the former scouting director of the St. Louis Cardinals to nearly four years in prison Monday for hacking the Houston Astros' player personnel database and email system in an unusual case of high-tech cheating involving two...
by Juan A. Lozano, Associated Press
7.26.2016
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Congress passed an aviation bill Wednesday that attempts to close gaps in airport security and shorten screening lines, but leaves thornier issues unresolved.
by Joan Lowy, Associated Press
7.26.2016
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A bipartisan group of governors called on Congress to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Friday despite opposition from both leading presidential candidates.
by Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press
7.26.2016
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Summer Olympic sports federations said on Tuesday they are ready to deal with "individual cases" of Russian doping.
by Stephen Wilson, AP Sports Writer
7.26.2016
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A senior U.S. diplomat deleted an untold number of work emails, apparently unaware that even routine messages received and sent by a top government official should be saved, according to a Senate investigation released Tuesday.
by Richard Lardner, Associated Press
7.19.2016
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Attorney General Loretta Lynch steadfastly defended her decision to close the Hillary Clinton email investigation without criminal charges, insisting Tuesday that she simply accepted the unanimous recommendation of career FBI investigators and attorneys.
by Eric Tucker and Erica Werner, Associated Press
7.19.2016
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Both women have a track record of cautious pragmatism.
by Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press
7.19.2016
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An international tribunal rejected China's extensive claims in the South China Sea in a landmark ruling Tuesday that also found the country had aggravated the seething regional dispute and violated the Philippines' maritime rights.
by Mike Corder and Jim Gomez, Associated Press
7.19.2016
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Rising tensions after the deadly ambush of police officers in Dallas and subsequent protests nationwide have led Cleveland and Philadelphia to adjust security plans for the national political conventions this month.
by Mark Gillispie and Errin Haines Whack, Associated Press
7.19.2016
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Dirtier rivers or higher electric prices.
by Alan Suderman, Associated Press
7.19.2016
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In what some are terming NATO's most important meeting in a generation, U.S. President Barack Obama and the leaders of the 27 other member nations are deciding how to retool the Cold War-era military alliance to face a daunting range of modern threats,...
by John-Thor Dalburg, Associated Press
7.12.2016
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America's warm, wild and costly weather broke another record with the hottest June, federal meteorologists say.
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
7.12.2016
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The city of Chicago and Pfizer announced an agreement Wednesday committing the drugmaker to disclosing the serious risks of addiction in its marketing of prescription opioid painkillers.
by Jason Keyser, Associated Press
7.12.2016
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When Cornelia Yzer woke to the news that Britain had voted to leave the European Union her initial reaction was disappointed.
by Frank Jordans, Associated Press
7.12.2016
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More than 500,000 hoverboards are being recalled after some of the motorized scooters overheated, burned riders and damaged property.
by Joseph Pisani, AP Business Writer
7.12.2016
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Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney believes the first atomic bomb of the cyberwarfare age has already been dropped.
by Bree Fowler, AP Technology Writer
7.12.2016
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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed a $38.6 billion budget bill Wednesday that will more than triple state spending on the water emergency in Flint.
by David Eggert, Associated Press
7.5.2016
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Volkswagen is taking a major step toward compensating owners and government regulators for its emissions cheating scandal.
by Michael Biesecker, Tom Krisher, and Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press
7.5.2016
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Hugh Maguire can't believe the British really did it.
by Dorothee Thiesing and Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press
7.5.2016
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As the summer wildfire season heats up in the West, a growing network of online cameras installed on forested mountaintops is changing the way crews fight fires by allowing early detection that triggers quicker, cheaper and more tactical suppression.
by Haven Daley, Associated Press
7.5.2016
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Vice President Joe Biden threatened Wednesday to pull federal funding for cancer studies that fail to publicly disclose their results, putting pressure on researchers, clinicians and drug companies to speed up progress toward cancer cures.
by Josh Lederman, Associated Press
7.5.2016
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Savers will suffer longer with zero returns on their accounts. Home buyers, companies and governments will keep on borrowing cheaply.
by David McHugh and Martin Crutsinger, AP Business Writer
7.5.2016
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The fuller details of those meetings were included in files the State Department turned over to AP after it sued the government in federal court.
by Stephen Braun, Associated Press
6.28.2016
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Stephanie Rodenberg-Lewis wasn't happy with her insulin pump and finally switched two years ago to another brand. Now her health insurer is pushing her to go back.
by Tom Murphy, AP Health Writer
6.28.2016
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Fiat Chrysler is adding 13,000 Maseratis to a recall of vehicles with confusing gear shifters like one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin.
by The Associated Press
6.28.2016
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A new lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler prominently mentions "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin, who was killed last weekend by an SUV under recall.
by The Associated Press
6.28.2016
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Britain's vote to leave the European Union adds a heavy dose of uncertainty to a world economy that is still struggling to reach full speed years after the global financial crisis.
by David McHugh, AP Business Writer
6.28.2016
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When Brian Cresto and his fellow firefighters fly toward a wildfire at just a few hundred feet off the ground, he's scouting for the best spot for them to land when they parachute down.
by Keith Ridler, Associated Press
6.28.2016
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The Obama administration's proposal to boost the amount of ethanol and other renewable fuels blended into gasoline produced at least one consensus Thursday during the matter's only public hearing.
by Jim Suhr, AP Business Writer
6.21.2016
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NATO agreed Tuesday to make cyber operations part of its war domain, along with air, sea and land operations, and to beef up the defense of its computer networks.
by Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has announced $82 million for nuclear energy projects in 28 states as part of the government's plan to reduce carbon emissions.
by Keith Ridler, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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Egypt on Wednesday said that it spotted and obtained images from the wreckage of the EgyptAir plane that crashed into the Mediterranean last month.
by Maggie Michael, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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Sophisticated hackers linked to Russian intelligence services broke into the Democratic National Committee's computer networks.
by Jack Gillum, Deb Riechman, and Julie Pace, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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A Democratic senator waged a filibuster into the night Wednesday, an attempt to force a vote on gun control legislation three days after 49 people were killed at a Florida nightclub in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
by Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
6.21.2016
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This year's monstrous El Nino, nicknamed Godzilla by NASA, is dead. It heated up the globe, but didn't quite end California's four-year drought.
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
6.14.2016
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U.S. stocks are falling Thursday and returning some of their gains from the last few days. Banks are skidding as bond yields fall and interest rates weaken.
by Marley Jay, AP Markets Writer
6.14.2016
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The U.S. government is taking a key step in relinquishing control of the internet's addressing system, fulfilling a promise made in the 1990s.
by The Associated Press
6.14.2016
7:45am
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Yet another security outfit is reporting that millions of stolen passwords - this time, for Twitter accounts - are floating around the dark side of the internet. Should you be worried?
by David Hamilton, Associated Press
6.14.2016
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Israel on Thursday imposed a series of sweeping restrictions on Palestinian movement and deployed hundreds of additional troops to the West Bank in response to a Tel Aviv attack that killed four Israelis.
by Daniel Estrin, Associated Press
6.14.2016
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